High Steel

This short documentary offers a dizzying view of the Mohawk Indians of Kahnawake who work in Manhattan erecting the steel frames of skyscrapers. Famed for their skill in working with steel, the Mohawks demonstrate their nimble abilities in the sky. As a counterbalance, the viewer is also allowed a peek at their quieter community life on the Kahnawake Reserve, in Quebec.

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Film Credits

director
Don Owen
script
Don Owen
editing
Don Owen
producer
Julian Biggs
camera
John Spotton
sound
Ron Alexander
re-recording
Ron Alexander
sound
Roger Lamoureux
re-recording
Roger Lamoureux
sound editing
John Knight
narrator
Don Francks
music
Bruce Mackay

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